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/Mar/2015

Spin n Go - Holy Guacomole

By: Christxof @ 16:09 (EDT) / 314 / Comment ( 0 )

So this happened this morning:

Look at this

I still can't believe this. It's my 2nd biggest online win, and it was mostly luck that I got this. I dominated most of the game I played to get this, at one point being up 1300:200, but then he shoved 62o and flopped a 6, and I kept getting crap for hands, so we were soon almost even again.

Then I raised 87ss on the button when we were 870:630, and he called with K3o. Flop was KKT, one spade, and I checked in position because with how he had been calling, I thought it was doubtful that he'd fold to a c-bet on this flop. Turn was 9 of spades, he checks his trips again, and I bet half pot with my straight-flush draw. He calls, and the river is a 6. He checks a third time, I bet 1/2 pot with my straight, and he check-raises all-in, which I snap off to win.

I think that's a great example of why slow-playing can backfire tremendously, especially with trips. Take this as a lesson, boys and girls.

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to donk off my stack in the $5.50 Super-Progressive Knockout Micromillions event this afternoon. Hope to see you there! Chris teh xof OUT

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